Neymar reacts to 500-guest 'Neymarpalooza' party reports after models fly to Brazil

Models jetted into Brazil for 'Neymarpalooza' - a party the PSG star has denied hosting in Rio de Janeiro and he took to social media on New Year’s Eve to laugh at the event

Posted Saturday, January 02, 2021 by

PSG star Neymar posted a video laughing at suggestions that he was involved in a party in Brazil dubbed 'Neymarpalooza’.

The former Barcelona star had denied he has anything to do with a five-day celebration, being held at his £6m rented mansion in Rio de Janeiro.

New Year’s Eve was set to be the highlight with between 150 to 500 people, including plenty of models, expected.

Though Neymar appeared to be nowhere near having posted a video of a dinner table that appeared to be for about 40 guests.

It was decked out with white flowers and an empty chair between each place setting amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Neymar reacts to 500-guest 'Neymarpalooza' party reports after models fly to Brazil
Neymar took to social media to laugh off suggestions that he was at a large party

And Neymar hit out at reports over his party, saying: “Marvellous decoration for this beautiful, low-key little dinner at home, with social distancing.

“And it’s not for 500 people, OK?”

In a caption he added: “Social distancing. Everyone tested.”

A host of models and influencers had taken to social media to share snaps of them arriving at the mansion.

Models Kiki Passo, Michelle Nevius and Jessica Bartlett were just a handful of women who had flown in from Miami.

A statement from the organisers read: "Agencia Fabrica clarifies that it is the creator and producer of New Year's Eve event in the Costa Verde region, in the State of Rio de Janeiro, which will receive approximately 150 people.

"The event will take place in compliance with all health standards determined by public agencies.

“The company also clarifies that the private event, with exclusive access for guests and without ticket sales, happens with all licenses from the competent bodies necessary for its realisation."

The Rio Prosecutor's Office has revealed it has opened an investigation after receiving 'several claims, based on information released by the press, about the events sponsored by the player Neymar.'


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